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Nintendo Humble Bundle will help take your mind off the NX

The latest Nintendo Humble Bundle can help fans deal with the news that the Nintendo NX won’t arrive until March 2017, and won’t even be at E3 2016.

Fans have been treated to a great selection of indie titles and a couple of major releases in this month’s bundle.

The total value of all the games equates to $179, but can be yours for just $13.

The proceeds of all donations will go to SOS Children’s Villages, which helps home orphaned children in 134 territories, and code.org, which helps encourage the teaching of computer science in schools.

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Pay $1 or more and you will unlock: Retro City Rampage DX for the Nintendo 3DS, Affordable Space Adventures for Wii U and Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse for Wii U and 3DS.

Paying more than the average donation (which currently stands at $9.75) and you’ll get: Freedom Planet (Wii U), Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure (3DS), Citizens of Earth (Wii U or 3DS) Retro City Rampage DX 3DS Home Theme and more games to be announced, as well as the games available in the $1 tier.

Pay $13 and you’ll get all the above as well as Darksiders 2 for Wii U and Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition for 3DS.

It’s an incredibly good bundle, and buying also helps do your bit for charity, so throw some cash Humble Bundle’s way, get some great games and donate to some good causes.

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